Thorsten Hanewald

Camera: Canon EOS R5

Lens: Canon EF 200-400 Ext1.4

Aperture: 6.3

Shutter speed: 1/2000s

ISO: 800

Description: A leopard rests in a tree. The heat is slowly increasing, but there is still some fresh air up in the shady tree.

Story from behind the lens: Leopards very often use trees to rest or to bring their prey to safety. In the tree tops they have their peace from their opponents, such as lions and hyenas. So you can rest comfortably after a hard night and gather new strength for the next hunt.